Raising achievement in schools

The focus here is primarily on ways of helping middle leaders, subject coordinators and teachers in schools to support and raise the expectations of pupils and students so that:

Pupils and students should be:

At Rhinoss we provide a range of high quality interactive workshops, training materials, and activities to help middle leaders, subject coordinators, teachers and also when requested parents/guardians to encourage pupils and students to learn and make progress.

These include the following:

To ensure that schools have in place rigorous, secure and high quality assurance processes especially for Assessment without levels (AWOLs) it is expected that a detailed backdrop of evidence will be gained by Rhinoss Consultants to assist with identifying the challenges facing the school.

We will gain this from the analysis, evaluation and interpretation of a range of data, for example, analysis of any test and examination results. These will be about gender, ability groupings, such as those pupils entitled to free school meals (FSMs) or recognised as receiving pupil premium, ethnic minority ability groups (EMAGs), individual attendance figures and the different outcomes for less and more-able pupils.

Once a 'benchmark' has been established by undertaking Using Assessment for Learning and Behaviour for Learning strategies and techniques we can identify which of our educational consultants are best placed to help you. Further details are included in QCR 4 IMPACT (Quality Classroom Review Impact for training) and other Q4 IMPACT series publications.

Raising achievement in schools

Raising achievement in schools

Raising achievement in schools

Raising achievement in schools

Raising achievement in schools